T&D World Magazine

South Carolina City Buys Nighthawk Remote Disconnect Units

Nighthawk Systems, Inc. has received an additional order for CEO700 whole-house disconnect units from the city of Camden, South Carolina. This is the second order received from the city of Camden within the last 60days. In June, Nighthawk announced that it had received an order from Camden after successful initial testing of the product by Camden. Shealy Electrical Wholesalers assisted with each sale of the disconnect units.

Camden's electric department is responsible for providing electric power and service to approximately 11,000 customers across three counties, and maintains a limited staff to handle metering issues. The CEO700 gives electric utilities the ability to remotely disconnect and reconnect power to residential electric meters, saving them significant time and money over the traditional manual disconnect method requiring field personnel.

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